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Richmond City Council approves Diamond District project and bailout for fire station; Bon Secours accused of not investing profits in the community; New York Deli converts rooftop into lounge and tikibar



A North Carolina minerals company with roots in Australia plans to invest $82.1 million in Halifax County to refine titanium metal powder and demonstrate its use in 3D manufacturing, a facility that it says it will eventually employ 108 people.

Two years IperionX Limitedformerly known as Hyperion Metals Limited, will receive state support for the project.

Governor Glenn Youngkin approved a $300,000 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund to help the county with the project, while the Virginia Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission is providing an additional $573,000.

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The company is also eligible to receive state support from the Virginia Enterprise Zone Program and the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

IperionX plans to develop the project in two phases, with an initial investment of $12.5 million for plant and equipment with an expansion of $69.6 million over three years.

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The Company owns a 100% interest in over 6,000 acres of heavy mineral sands properties in Tennessee.

Its latest annual financial report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission shows it spent $7.3 million exploring and appraising these properties for the year ended June 30, $3.1 million additional administrative costs and $3.2 million in business development costs.

Youngkin plans major reform of Virginia’s workforce development efforts

In addition, it granted securities, options and subordinate rights to officers, employees, consultants and other key advisors worth $8.3 million.

Although it reported no revenue, the company raised $19.4 million through equity sales and other financing deals in its 2022 fiscal year and $5.8 million in the last year. That year, he lost $13.2 million.

“The new Halifax County operation will represent the first titanium metal powder plant in the United States using 100% recycled titanium scrap as a raw material, putting Virginia on the map for supplying a critical material that is essential for our cutting-edge industries,” Youngkin said during a project announcement ceremony.

“We look forward to supporting this forward-thinking company which will develop a new titanium supply chain right here in the Commonwealth,” he added.

Anastasios Arima, President and CEO of IperionX, said the facility marks “a critical step in advancing IperionX’s ambition to relocate an all-American source of titanium metal.”

Youngkin says DroneUp will create 655 jobs in Virginia

He was a founder and director of Piedmont Lithium Limited, another development-stage mineral processing company based in North Carolina, focused on the production of lithium hydroxide for the electric vehicle and battery market.

Piedmont’s most recent financial report shows no revenue from any transactions and a net loss of $18.7 million for the six months ended June 30.

IperionX will initially occupy the 50,000 square foot Halifax Shell building in the Southern Virginia Technology Park and plans to expand the facility to 100,000 square feet in the coming years. It will use renewable energy sources to produce titanium.

The company is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and began trading on Nasdaq in June 2022. The company’s funders include Fidelity Management and Research, Fidelity International and B. Riley Principal Investments.

Virginia successfully competed with North Carolina, South Carolina and West Virginia for the draft.

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Newly Built Homes You Can Buy in Tulsa https://hsmcohio.com/newly-built-homes-you-can-buy-in-tulsa/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/newly-built-homes-you-can-buy-in-tulsa/ Don’t miss this beautifully built brand new home located in the quiet and charming neighborhood of Mayfield in Sapulpa. Built and finished in 2022 by Chasseur Homes, this spacious, family-friendly home has a highly desirable floor plan and offers an open layout with an inviting side porch that’s perfect for enjoying a peaceful evening away […]]]>

Don’t miss this beautifully built brand new home located in the quiet and charming neighborhood of Mayfield in Sapulpa. Built and finished in 2022 by Chasseur Homes, this spacious, family-friendly home has a highly desirable floor plan and offers an open layout with an inviting side porch that’s perfect for enjoying a peaceful evening away from the noise and chaos of the city life. From the vaulted ceilings, split floor plan, brick fireplace and beautiful flooring, no amount has been spared in quality, detail and finishes throughout this magnificent home. Upon entering, you will immediately notice the light and airy ambiance of the living room which blends seamlessly into the spotless kitchen. The kitchen itself includes a dining area, an island with generous storage space, a large pantry and a six-burner gas stove ideal for cooking family meals. Just beyond the main living area are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The master bedroom has tray ceilings and its own private bathroom with dual sinks and a luxurious tiled shower with glass door. Conveniently located near Sapulpa High School, US Route 66, and 20 minutes from downtown Tulsa. This energy-efficient house is a must see!

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Suncoast Nonprofits Make Animal Welfare a Real Priority https://hsmcohio.com/suncoast-nonprofits-make-animal-welfare-a-real-priority/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 10:58:32 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/suncoast-nonprofits-make-animal-welfare-a-real-priority/ We live in a compassionate community, and local philanthropy that supports all charitable causes is just one example of how that compassion is expressed. The Manatee Community Foundation partners with donors for their giving, and each has a unique set of experiences, hopes for the future, and nonprofit missions that are meaningful. They recommend investments […]]]>

We live in a compassionate community, and local philanthropy that supports all charitable causes is just one example of how that compassion is expressed.

The Manatee Community Foundation partners with donors for their giving, and each has a unique set of experiences, hopes for the future, and nonprofit missions that are meaningful. They recommend investments in social services, the spectrum of education from early learning to post-secondary education, the arts, foster families, food security, mental health and the environment.

And it’s no surprise that many people include animal welfare in their donation preferences. They were personally touched by the comfort of a beloved pet. Or they know how animals impact the physical and emotional health of humans. Or they simply care deeply about the individual well-being of each life.

]]> At the Black Rabbit Vintage clothing store, the past is always in style | Local company https://hsmcohio.com/at-the-black-rabbit-vintage-clothing-store-the-past-is-always-in-style-local-company/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 15:45:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/at-the-black-rabbit-vintage-clothing-store-the-past-is-always-in-style-local-company/ ST. LOUIS — Madelyn Lumpe owns a vintage clothing store. She is 32 years old. Almost everything she sells is older than her. Black Rabbit Vintage, at 2800 McNair Avenue in Benton Park West, primarily sells clothing from the 1950s to the 1980s, although some items are older. The store’s inventory reflects the taste of […]]]>

ST. LOUIS — Madelyn Lumpe owns a vintage clothing store. She is 32 years old.

Almost everything she sells is older than her.

Black Rabbit Vintage, at 2800 McNair Avenue in Benton Park West, primarily sells clothing from the 1950s to the 1980s, although some items are older.

The store’s inventory reflects the taste of its owner and sole employee. Lumpe liked to play dress up as a girl (“My mom has a lot of really interesting pictures lying around,” she says), and when she was a teenager she often wore the clothes her own mother wore in high school in the 1970s.






Vintage hatboxes have a special appeal for Madelyn Lumpe, owner of Black Rabbit Vintage in Benton Park.


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She notes with some pride that her mother wore a Gunne Sax Renaissance dress to her prom and her father wore a powder blue polyester suit to his.

“I grew up romanticizing this period,” she said.

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Lumpe still wears vintage clothing almost exclusively today, and his hobby of collecting them eventually led to the opening of Black Rabbit Vintage. But first, there were more than the usual number of obstacles to overcome with the help of a dash or two of good fortune.

After college—she was an art student—Lumpe worked in what she now considers “desk work.” She also held a series of jobs in the service industry, while adding to her thriving assortment of vintage clothing.

About six years ago, she began selling some of her clothes at pop-up events and other temporary venues, while buying more. At the time, she viewed her interest as nothing more than a hobby.







Madelyn Lumpe of Black Rabbit Vintage

First customer Ethan Evans, of St. Louis, leaves after buying a tie he needed to attend a wedding, at Black Rabbit Vintage in Benton Park, Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. Madelyn Lumpe, left, owns the store.


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Then, in 2019, Adrianne (Ace) Mammet offered to sell him the entire inventory of her store, Ace of Hearts Vintage Clothing, which had been a mainstay on Cherokee Street since the 1980s when he called for the first time Ruth’s Basement.

“She (Mammet) cut me a lot and changed my life. I’m very grateful to her,” Lumpe said.

This is when Black Rabbit Vintage was born, at least officially. Lumpe found a suitable location and began working on the necessary permits.

Rezoning the building was a challenge that required three hearings in a courtroom. Although she considers her business a well-organized vintage clothing and jewelry store, the city considers it a thrift store, which means “you’re under the same code as a pawnshop,” a- she declared.

She also took the unusual step of financing the business without a single loan. The money and the original inventory belonged to him.







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Madelyn Lumpe owns Black Rabbit Vintage in Benton Park, seen Thursday September 15, 2022.


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Everything was in place and it was ready to open in April 2020. But the country entered a coronavirus-related lockdown the month before. The store could not open.

Lumpe continued to work at the Nippon Tei restaurant (her boyfriend, Reed Joern, is a sushi chef at its sister restaurant, Indo). During this time, her landlady kept the store space open and available to her.

The store finally opened its doors in October 2021; it celebrates its first birthday on October 7. Meanwhile, Lumpe continued to work at the restaurant, which hosted his hours, for the first nine months. The store is doing well enough now that she can do her only job.







Madelyn Lumpe of Black Rabbit Vintage

Madelyn Lumpe, owner of Black Rabbit Vintage in Benton Park, named the store after a black rabbit she had as a child, and now a figure of one sits outside the store, Thursday September 15 2022. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com


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“I’ve wanted to own a vintage shop since high school, and here I am,” she said.

Sophia Scott recently bought sage-colored 1970s Farah pants there. It was her second time at the store.

“It has the most authentic vintage clothes from the 60s and 70s,” she said, adding that other vintage clothing stores in the area usually carry newer products.

“I really like the style. I like the idea that you can buy something that has its own story and then you can buy it and give it new life,” Scott said.







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Old frames are often accompanied by photos that were originally there, in Madelyn Lumpe’s shop, Black Rabbit Vintage, in Benton Park.


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Lumpe feels much the same. She sees the clothes of the past as having their own character and history. She feels a connection with them; she knows exactly when and where she acquired each piece.

At the store, she organizes the inventory according to her own logic.

The clothes, whether originally intended for men or women, are all hung on the same rack. Shirts are sold with shirts. The pants are sold with pants. They are not sorted by size but by style and color.

A Walt Disney Animation beige suede jacket from the 80s that has never been worn hangs next to a few brown leather jackets from the 70s. Yellow macrame ponchos hang together in the front of the coat rack.

The Organizing Policy is part of Lumpe’s commitment to inclusivity.







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Emma Fields of St. Louis browses the store, Black Rabbit Vintage, in Benton Park, Thursday, September 15, 2022. Photo by Hillary Levin, hlevin@post-dispatch.com


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“I don’t give any sex to my clothes. I want (the store) to be a very safe space for people of any gender, race, shape or size,” she said.

“If it fits you and you like it, wear it. It doesn’t matter if it was made for you or not,” she said.

The store doesn’t have enough room for all of its inventory, including the oldest item it has for sale, an 1860s riding jacket. Also out of sight is a collection of wedding dresses. dating from the 1920s, which she exhibits by appointment only.

When customers aren’t in the store, she can often be found at a sewing machine doing the minor alterations and repairs that are often needed on decades-old garments. She inherited her love of sewing from her mother and grandmother, she said.

Her sense of style, however, is her own. Some would say that in fashion, everything old becomes new again. But for Lumpe, the styles of the past still suit the present.

Or rather, they are almost always appropriate.

“Styles always come back, whether you like them or not. Low rise jeans keep threatening to come back,” she said.

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Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Announces Regular Monthly October Dividend Schedule for Series A Cumulative Redeemable Perpetual Preferred Shares https://hsmcohio.com/chicken-soup-for-the-soul-entertainment-announces-regular-monthly-october-dividend-schedule-for-series-a-cumulative-redeemable-perpetual-preferred-shares/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/chicken-soup-for-the-soul-entertainment-announces-regular-monthly-october-dividend-schedule-for-series-a-cumulative-redeemable-perpetual-preferred-shares/ COS COB, Connecticut, September 16, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE, CSSEP, CSSEL, CSSEN), one of the largest operators of ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) streaming services, announced today’s schedule for the payment of its declared regular monthly dividend of $0.2031 per share of its 9.75% Series A Cumulative Redeemable Perpetual Preferred Shares […]]]>

COS COB, Connecticut, September 16, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE, CSSEP, CSSEL, CSSEN), one of the largest operators of ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) streaming services, announced today’s schedule for the payment of its declared regular monthly dividend of $0.2031 per share of its 9.75% Series A Cumulative Redeemable Perpetual Preferred Shares for October 2022. The dividend will be payable on October 15, 2022 to holders recorded as of September 30, 2022. The dividend will be paid in cash.

ABOUT CHICKEN SOUP FOR SOUL ENTERTAINMENT
Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE) operates video-on-demand (VOD) streaming services. The company owns Crackle Plus, which owns and operates a variety of ad-supported VOD streaming services, including Crackle, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and Popcornflix. The company also acquires and distributes video content through its subsidiaries Screen Media and 1091 Pictures and produces original video content through Chicken Soup for the Soul Television Group. The company recently acquired Redbox, which operates a fast-growing digital streaming service that provides both ad-supported (AVOD) and paid movies from Hollywood studios and hundreds of content partners, as well as more than 145 free ad-supported streaming TV channels (FAST). . Redbox also operates its popular kiosks across the United States in thousands of outlets, providing consumers with affordable access to the latest in entertainment. Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment is a subsidiary of Chicken Soup for the Soul, LLC, which publishes the popular book series and produces premium pet food under the Chicken Soup for the Soul brand.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts. These statements are based on various assumptions, whether or not identified in this press release, and management’s current expectations and are not predictions of actual performance. These assumptions involve a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, our primary strategy, our operating profit and margin, seasonality, liquidity, including operating cash, available funds and access to funding sources, free cash flow, revenues, net income, profitability, stock price volatility, future regulatory changes, price changes, the ability of the Company’s content offerings to gain market acceptance, the Company’s success in retaining or recruiting officers, key employees or directors, the ability to protect intellectual property, the ability to make strategic acquisitions, the ability to manage growth and integrate acquired businesses, the ability to pay dividends, regulatory or operational risks and the conditions general market conditions affecting demand for the Company’s services. For a more complete description of these and other risks and uncertainties, please see the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2021, filed with the SEC on March 31, 2022. and, with respect to the recent acquisition of Redbox Entertainment, Inc. (“Redbox”), the company’s registration statement on Form S-4 declared effective by the SEC on July 15, 2022. If any of these risks materialize or if our assumptions prove incorrect, actual results could differ materially from the results implied by the forward-looking statements contained in this press release. Information regarding the Redbox acquisition and related transactions is qualified by reference to the company’s current reports on Form 8-K filed with the SEC on May 11, 2022 (as amended on May 12, 2022), June 6, 2022 and August 12, 2022, and all exhibits filed relating to such reports and the aforementioned registration statement. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release speak only as of the date hereof, and the Company expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to publicly release any updates or revisions to any forward-looking statements contained herein to reflect any changes in the Company’s expectations with respect thereto or any change in events, conditions or circumstances on which any statement is based.

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Back to the bad old days as Cuyahoga County officials break the law and ignore the public: editorial https://hsmcohio.com/back-to-the-bad-old-days-as-cuyahoga-county-officials-break-the-law-and-ignore-the-public-editorial/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 09:57:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/back-to-the-bad-old-days-as-cuyahoga-county-officials-break-the-law-and-ignore-the-public-editorial/ In 2009, Cuyahoga County voters overwhelmingly approved sweeping reforms intended to inoculate the county against the rampant bribery and corruption that had sent two of the county’s most powerful leaders to jail for years. and had resulted in dozens of other felony convictions against officials, employees, contractors and others. A key part of the 2009 […]]]>

In 2009, Cuyahoga County voters overwhelmingly approved sweeping reforms intended to inoculate the county against the rampant bribery and corruption that had sent two of the county’s most powerful leaders to jail for years. and had resulted in dozens of other felony convictions against officials, employees, contractors and others.

A key part of the 2009 charter change was to centralize administration under an elected county executive who would remain accountable to the people through an 11-member county council elected by region, so that the diverse voices of the county be represented.

But in light of recent events, we have to ask ourselves: is reform working? Or has Cuyahoga County governance gone off the rails?

Are we back to the bad old days of secrecy, collusion and backroom deals that trample the voice and interests of the public, open the door to corruption, undermine trust in county leaders and violate the plain language of state and charter law?

Based on the evidence, the short answer is: yes, we are.

As we’ve previously editorialized, Cuyahoga County’s behind-the-scenes deals to create individual $6 million “slush funds” for each member of the county council to direct spending essentially as they see fit violent to both the state sun laws and the county charter.

Meanwhile, the secretive rush to secure long-term contracts for prime prison consultants, decide on funding and choose a toxic site for a new $700 million county jail — with just 100 days until a new county executive to be elected and take office – also suggest collusion between the administrative and legislative powers. You scratch our backs with the slush fund, we’ll scratch yours with jail.

It’s just this toxic combination of behind-the-scenes secret dealings and unchecked power that invites patronage, patronage and other forms of corruption. We may not be on the level of corruption of old Cuyahoga County, but such abuses of the public trust paved the way.

It is up to the county council and council chairman Pernel Jones Jr. to refuse to ratify further secret deals, arrangements and jailhouse spending, especially in light of clear public concerns, known toxicity of the jail site, the lack of transparency in the process, and the expressed opposition of the two county executive candidates.

Meticulous reporting by cleveland.com’s Lucas Daprile has already revealed exactly how the county council conspired with county executive Armond Budish in secret talks that violated both the spirit and the letter of the law of the county. state and county charter to create a $66 million ‘slush fund’ to pay pet projects for each council member. Reviewing thousands of pages of documents, Daprile found that “Cuyahoga County officials and council members forged a secret agreement on how to spend $66 million in US Bailout Act funding. , without a public hearing or a vote – then quietly got to work. dubbing projects for their “lists”.

The agreement also gave council members “control over who received applications for the millions in federal funding, divided equally among the county’s 11 districts,” Daprile found.

In a March 2022 email to the head of a Cleveland community development nonprofit that might be expected to seek some of the ARPA money, Dale Miller, who chairs the county council’s finance committee, wrote: “We have reached an informal agreement that $66 million of this money will be allocated to community development projects, to be distributed approximately $6 million per district.

In other words, with no ordinance yet entered, no public hearing, let alone a public vote, the council, this email suggests, had already acted in apparent violation of several county charter provisions in sections 3.09 and 3.10. . on how the powers of the board could legally be exercised.

This secret ‘slush fund’ deal gave each member of the board virtually unchallenged authority over how to allocate their shares, Daprile’s reporting showed – despite board leadership’s threadbare assertion that pro forma votes gave the full board the final say on spending.

Besides the obvious violations of Ohio’s open meeting law that Daprile’s report confirms, the council’s actions violate the explicit language of the county charter beyond its provisions prohibiting individual council members from ruling. expenses – language that the board has chosen to ignore or deny.

If the county council hopes to restore its integrity, it must defend the public interest now by refusing to take further action that would result in ill-considered and non-transparent decisions on prison locations and funding on the eve of a key election. Voters and residents of Cuyahoga County deserve no less.

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Looking to add a cat to your family? Here’s how much cat owners spend on a lifetime of pet care https://hsmcohio.com/looking-to-add-a-cat-to-your-family-heres-how-much-cat-owners-spend-on-a-lifetime-of-pet-care/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 13:32:37 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/looking-to-add-a-cat-to-your-family-heres-how-much-cat-owners-spend-on-a-lifetime-of-pet-care/ Image source: Getty Images Caring for a cat can cost more than you think. Key points Caring for a cat is a big responsibility and it will impact your personal finances. Cat owners can spend upwards of $45,000 caring for their furry companions. It’s a good idea to get pet insurance and build an emergency […]]]>

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Caring for a cat can cost more than you think.


Key points

  • Caring for a cat is a big responsibility and it will impact your personal finances.
  • Cat owners can spend upwards of $45,000 caring for their furry companions.
  • It’s a good idea to get pet insurance and build an emergency fund before adopting a new pet.

Pets can bring us joy and make our days better. But they are also a big responsibility and require a lot of care and attention, which of course costs money. Thinking of bringing a cat into your home? You’ll want to consider the cost of maintaining a cat before buying one.

Cats are curious, affectionate, and intelligent creatures that are relatively self-sufficient. But your cat will have many needs to meet, which come at a cost. Expenses such as vet visits, food, medications and essentials can add up quickly.

Since your cat won’t be able to find a job (unless your cat is one of the lucky few Instagram stars to get sponsorships), you’ll need to get your finances in order. And it may cost more than you think to care for your new furry friend.

Lifetime expenses for cat care can exceed $45,000

So how much will it cost to care for a cat throughout its life? Each cat’s needs vary. Cat lifespans also vary, but it’s not uncommon for cats to live 13 to 18 years, with 15 being the average lifespan.

A Synchrony study examined how much pet owners spend on lifetime pet care costs and how these costs differ for cats and dogs. They used 15 years as a benchmark to estimate lifetime costs.

The study found that the costs of keeping a cat for life range from $15,055 to $45,790. That’s a lot of money. For many people, it’s the cost of a car or a down payment on the house.

Most cat owners would agree that no matter the cost, it’s worth it. After all, seven out of 10 pet owners consider their pets family.

Many Pet Owners Are Unprepared For Unexpected Expenses

The same study looked at whether pet owners were prepared for the unexpected costs associated with owning a pet. It turns out that many are unprepared:

  • One in three pet owners will face an unexpected expense that will cause financial stress.
  • 21% of pet owners would be stressed by an unexpected expense of $251 to $500.
  • 26% of pet owners would be stressed by an unexpected expense of $1,000 or more.

Three Ways to Prepare for High Pet Care Costs

If you’re considering getting a new pet, or have pets but don’t have a lot of cash to spare, there are steps you can take to prepare for future pet-sitting expenses and surprise vet bills.

These tips can help you prepare for high pet sitting costs:

  1. Invest in pet insurance. If you are buying a new pet, research the cost of pet insurance and compare policies. This coverage could help protect you against high costs associated with common medical needs and more serious health conditions.
  2. Set aside savings in a pet fund. As you are likely preparing for life’s emergencies, you need to be financially prepared for potential pet emergencies. Opening a separate savings account to save on pet expenses is an easy way to prepare before a surprise vet bill hits you.
  3. Have a backup plan. Sometimes pet sitting costs are way more than the average pet owner can afford. Fortunately, financial solutions exist. It’s a good idea to research financing options for pet sitting expenses in case a costly expense arises.

A cat can be the perfect family member. Choosing to have a cat can improve your life while giving an adorable furry friend a much-needed home. But before you bring your new pal home, consider the financial implications of owning a pet. Your cat deserves all the love, attention and care it can get.

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Gilbane Development Company’s “TEMPO” student apartment community opens to residents https://hsmcohio.com/gilbane-development-companys-tempo-student-apartment-community-opens-to-residents/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 17:18:20 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/gilbane-development-companys-tempo-student-apartment-community-opens-to-residents/ TEMPO-College-Park COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (PRWEB) 06 September 2022 Gilbane Development Company’s “TEMPO” student apartments, a brand new fully furnished community designed for University of Maryland students, recently delivered on schedule, opening their doors to residents on August 19. The 8-story, student-focused community features 296 units/978 beds and 300 indoor parking spaces. The fully furnished […]]]>

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Gilbane Development Company’s “TEMPO” student apartments, a brand new fully furnished community designed for University of Maryland students, recently delivered on schedule, opening their doors to residents on August 19.

The 8-story, student-focused community features 296 units/978 beds and 300 indoor parking spaces. The fully furnished studio, one, two, three, four and five bedroom apartments have en-suite bathrooms for each bedroom, fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, washing machine/ clothes dryer, simulated wood flooring and flat screen televisions.

TEMPO residents will enjoy a top-notch set of amenities including a swimming pool, 3 outdoor courtyards, rooftop oasis with fireplace and televisions, fitness center, podcast and video studio, music studio, yoga, a multisport simulator, a creative space with 3D printer, a games room with pool tables, study room, café-bar, bike storage and covered parking. TEMPO is a pet-friendly community and offers residents a free shuttle to the University of Maryland campus.

“We are thrilled to welcome University of Maryland students to our TEMPO community,” said Christian Cerria, director of development for Gilbane Development Company. “The exceptional, walkable location, combined with unparalleled amenities and unit design, provides UMD students with a truly superior community in which to live, learn, and thrive.”

TEMPO has opened up to positive feedback from residents. “Bright rooms, great amenities, comfortable furnishings, luxurious living,” noted TEMPO resident Gabi Gonzalez. “I couldn’t ask for much more in a university apartment, the staff were great and very helpful with moving in. Plus, I love all the amazing spaces to hang out and work. I’m so glad I chose TEMPO!

TEMPO is professionally managed by Asset Living, with a strong community living program, roommate matching services and individual bed leases. For rental information, contact the Tempo team at 240-582-6055 or https://tempocollegepark.com.

About Gilbane Development Company

Gilbane Development Company is the project development, finance and ownership arm of Gilbane, Inc., a fifth and sixth generation privately held, family owned and operated holding company. Gilbane Development Company provides a full range of property development, project management and asset management services. Completed projects include over 20,000 beds of student housing, academic institutions, multi-family and affordable housing, residential communities, mixed-use, corporate offices, K-12 schools, healthcare facilities, operational | data | distribution centers, R&D | manufacturing facilities and many types of facilities provided through public-private partnerships. To learn more, visit http://www.gilbaneco.com/development or call 1-800-GILBANE.

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Bed Bath & Beyond CFO drops to death from New York’s ‘Jenga’ tower https://hsmcohio.com/bed-bath-beyond-cfo-drops-to-death-from-new-yorks-jenga-tower/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 15:31:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/bed-bath-beyond-cfo-drops-to-death-from-new-yorks-jenga-tower/ The financial director of the company in difficulty Bed bath and beyond has been identified as the man who jumped to his death from the iconic new Tribeca skyscraper known as “Jenga Building“, learned the New York Post. Gustavo Arnal, 52, who was also executive vice president of the struggling home goods retailer, dived from […]]]>

The financial director of the company in difficulty Bed bath and beyond has been identified as the man who jumped to his death from the iconic new Tribeca skyscraper known as “Jenga Building“, learned the New York Post.

Gustavo Arnal, 52, who was also executive vice president of the struggling home goods retailer, dived from the 18e floor of 56 Leonard Street on Friday, law enforcement sources said.

The 60-story building is best known for its deliberately misaligned apartments stacked on top of each other, resembling the popular game “Jenga.”

Messages left with Bed Bath & Beyond BBBY,
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and Arnal’s family on Saturday were not immediately fired.

Bed Bath said in a statement on Sunday that the organization “is deeply saddened by this shocking loss.”

The statement from Harriet Edelman, independent chair of the board, said: “I want to send our deepest condolences to Gustavo’s family. Everyone he worked with will remember Gustavo for his leadership, talent and stewardship of our business. I am proud to have been his colleague, and he will be greatly missed by Bed Bath & Beyond and all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Arnal joined Bed Bath & Beyond in 2020. He previously worked as CFO for London-based cosmetics giant Avon and had a 20-year career overseas heading Procter & Gamble.

Bed Bath & Beyond recently faced turbulence.

Shares of Union, a New Jersey-based company, lost nearly a quarter of their value on Wednesday, after the company announced a restructuring that includes store closings, layoffs and a possible job offer. shares.

The company said it secured more than $500 million in new funding and cut its workforce by 20%. It plans to close around 150 namesake stores but will retain its buybuby BABY chain.

In mid-August, activist shareholder Ryan Cohen, the billionaire co-founder of online pet retailer Chewy Inc., sold its shares in Bed Bath & Beyond after 10% equity stake a few months before and committing to make big changes.

The “Jenga Building” features 19-foot ceilings, double-height windows, white oak and stone floors, gas fireplace, chef’s kitchen, and three terraces totaling 1,252 square feet with panoramic ocean views. water and the city.

It’s also a home full of celebrities for the mega-rich, including singer Frank Ocean.

This article first appeared on NYPost.com.

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Fredericksburg’s Most Affordable Starter Homes | Local News https://hsmcohio.com/fredericksburgs-most-affordable-starter-homes-local-news/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 22:30:00 +0000 https://hsmcohio.com/fredericksburgs-most-affordable-starter-homes-local-news/ ***AUCTIONS*** The list price is the STARTING AUCTION only. Price to be determined during the live auction on Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Commission is conditional and will ONLY be paid if the Realtor Representation Form is received by the Auction Company no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. […]]]>

***AUCTIONS*** The list price is the STARTING AUCTION only. Price to be determined during the live auction on Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Commission is conditional and will ONLY be paid if the Realtor Representation Form is received by the Auction Company no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. NO EXCEPTIONS! Please contact the Auction Coordinator for more information and details. SELL TO THE HIGHEST BID!! This house will make a wonderful main or investment property, and can be occupied immediately and modernized at the option of the new owner. Make plans now to bid and buy AT YOUR PRICE!! On-site live auction with simultaneous real-time online bidding for your convenience!! Need a Mortgage?….visit our website and click on the Finances tab. Visit of the property: Tuesday August 30 at 2 p.m. SHARP! (Feel free to bring your inspector/contractor). 3 BR/1 BA home on a 1 +/- acre lot in the Five Mile Fork area of ​​Spotsylvania County, VA This home measures 1,152 gross +/- sf. (864 +/- sf. living area and 288 +/- sf. attached garage), and includes a kitchen (all appliances carry), open concept living/dining room, attic with pull-out stairs and an adjoining single bedroom garage automobile Hardwood floors throughout the house (carpet covering the hardwood in the living room and dining room) Heating: forced air oil furnace (above ground tank); Cooling: Central AC well and septic system (drilled well and gravity flow septic tank); public services available; electric water heater Covered front porch Large fenced back yard (perfect for play area for children and pets); asphalt driveway Electrical: Dominion; Interent: Verizon Fios and/or Xfinity This home is conveniently located just off Rt. 3 & Harrison Rd., is minutes from all schools and the suburban lot and only 3 miles from I-95! ! Tax card: 22A7-57; Zoning: R1; Annual County Property Taxes: $1,219; The house was built in 1950 and has a cinder block exterior covered in stucco; WE GUARANTEE A FREE AND CLEAR DEED Only $75,000 Suggested Starting Bid!! Need financing for this property?? Please contact the Auction Coordinator for more information and details. FOR REAL ESTATE AGENTS: If you have worked with a real estate agent, please ask them to click here and complete their entry form. For the Realtor to be compensated, Broker Forms must be completed and submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. the day before the auction (07/09/22), and all conditions must be met.

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